Saturday, August 20, 2022
15:00 CAT/SAT
Topics: Updates on How to Join the Expo, What to Expect at the Expo, Benefits of Attending the Expo
Women and Trade in Africa: Realizing the Potential.
A new report from the World Bank Group’s Africa Trade Practice demonstrates how women play a key role in trade in Africa and will be essential to the continent’s success in exploiting its trade potential.”Every day in Africa, hundreds of thousands of women cross borders to deliver goods and services from areas where they are relatively cheap to areas in which they are in shorter supply”, says Paul Brenton, Africa Trade Practice Leader for the World Bank.Investors should invest in African women and youth projects since Africa’s growing youth population have more access to education than ever before contributing to a growing pool of professionals.Looking to expand your business into other African Regions and Europe?AWT is inviting women and youth traders in Africa to come and showcase their products and servicesIt is also a great platform to join and learn how to start trading and build your networkIf you are looking for investors in made-in-Africa products this is the place to meet face-to-face with the business owners.


Joy Zenz

AWT & AWE Founder and CEO

Nokuthula Shange


HRH Princess Tshepi Motloung

MD, Naledi Ya Tshepi Bus Consultancy
Founder, FutureLift Foundation
AWT SA Representative

Oliver Chikodzore

AWT Expo & Conference Project Coordinator